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Never had Punch secured the telling of that tale with so little opposition.
But Punch was five; and he knew that going to England would be much nicer than a trip to Nassick.
Punch scratched himself in his sleep, and Judy moaned a little.
At the end of the first day Punch demanded to be set down in England, which he was certain must be close at hand.
"Yes," said Punch, lifted up in his father's arms to wave good-bye.
Punch gathered himself together and eyed the house with disfavour.
For six days Mamma wept at intervals, and showed the woman in black all Punch's clothes—a liberty which Punch resented.
I'll tell you about Navarino, Punch, when we go for walks together; and you must n't touch the ship, because she's the Brisk.
"I've told Judy to bemember," said Punch, wiggling, for his father's beard tickled his neck.
Punch went out and wept bitterly with Judy, into whose fair head he had driven some ideas of the meaning of separation.